It can be tough for a smaller company like Xdrive to compete. Competing online backup solutions are increasing not to mention other back up solutions such as CD or DVD.
It’s important to get as much visibility and sales exposure as possible. This CompUSA deal is perfect for Xdrive and gives a value added service to CompUSA.
CompUSA, announced today they have signed a marketing and sales partnership with Xdrive.
Xdrive is a virtual hard drive which enables members to backup, access, and share files anytime, anywhere. Xdrive’s easy-to-use interface operates like a local “C” drive, and supports all file types including Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, digital photos and videos, QuickBook files, and MP3s. Content stored on Xdrive is housed in disaster-proof, state-of-the-art data centers.
As part of CompUSA’s commitment to developing providing complete customer solutions, CompUSA will market Xdrive Online Storage Kits throughout their 230 retail locations and via their e-commerce site and on-call service technicians. The Xdrive service for individuals provides 5 Gigabytes of storage for $99.50 and the service for businesses, Xdrive Workgroup, provides 25 Gigabytes of storage space for up to 50 users.
“CompUSA is committed to building a trusted relationship with its customers”, states Vice President of CompUSA, George Coll. “Our company has an award winning Technology Assurance Program to protect a customer’s hardware investment, and we view Xdrive as an ideal solution to protect their valuable Data.”
“In addition to our automated online backup solution, Xdrive also provides subscribers with the ability to access their files from home, the office and on the road as well as an easy and secure way to share business files, music, video and pictures,” states Xdrive CEO Brett O’Brien. “CompUSA is an industry innovator and leader, and we are thrilled to be partnering with them to bring the Xdrive solution to their customers.”
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